Northwest Independent Baseball League
2011
Player and Team Awards

Your NWIBL Teams
Premier Baseball for Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington

League Champion
Willamette
Red Sox 13-7
Portland Dodgers 12-8

Play Off Champions
P-Town Pirates
Three River Circles 2nd
River Hawks  3rd

League Champions
Columbia
P-Town Pirates 17-3
Bridgetown Thunder 17-3

2011
Player of the Year
Jack Burns WD
Justus Kimbrough CD
2011
Pitcher of the Year
Steven George CD
Nick Lubisich CD
Jake Conover WD
2011
Managers of the Year
Doug Meyers and David Harding Highlanders form 0-20 in 2010 to 11-9 2011
2011
Team of the Year
Portland Pirates
League Home Runs 45
PJ Hiser 4 (GS 2)
Shawn Lindsey 4

J Sanders 3
Matt McCord 3
Matt Hyndrix 3
Justus Kimbrough 2
Kyle Henderson 2
Scott Marchione 2
Nik Lubisich 1
JP Wiilson 1
J Mandin 1
Darryl Blunt 1
Matt Guifoyle 1
Dallas Olsen 1
Andy Hebrard 1
Jordan Entrkin 1
Chris Houle 1
Matt Spanier 1 ISP
Matt Little 1
Yamil Hence 1
Mark Triolo 1
Bill Rowe 1
Evan Dunn 1
Kevin Davey 1
Bryce Mooney 1
George Heath 1
Jack Burns 1
Brandon Middleton 1
Jonathan June 1
Jake Conover 1


JDRF 2011 Walk to Cure Diabetes
Sunday, October 2, 2011 - Oaks Park

NWIBL Donates $10 for every Home Run To JDRF
(Season Home Run Total  45 
2010 was 42)
 

 

Home Runs
 
RBI Season
 
Base Hits
 
Doubles Triples Runs

 
Total Bases

 
Stolen Bases
 
Strike Outs Wins Season ERA min 35 Innings
 
Saves CG
 
     

Team Awards 2011

League Champion
Willamette
Red Sox 13-7
Portland Dodgers 12-8

Play Off Champions
P-Town Pirates
Three River Circles 2nd
River Hawks  3rd

League Champions
Columbia
P-Town Pirates 17-3
Bridgetown Thunder 17-3

Wood Baseball Bats...Real Baseball for those who want to play the baseball way!
Wood bats were the only choice for any batter in the game of baseball until the mid 1970's. But today, wood bats are used far less often than aluminum bats on both the baseball and softball diamonds. Pros are required to use wood bats, and for safety reasons, some high school leagues have recently moved to wood only. Most wooden bats are made of northern white ash, but in recent years maple has become a popular option. This trend started with the success of MLB players since the 2001 season. Wood bats 4 Sale

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